General Nursing Articles - page 93

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This Is Intensive Medical Care!

by walk6miles - Has this happened to you? You walk into the nurse’s lounge, get your assignment; head out the door for report only to be told that you are getting a third patient... Read More →

Last comment by greenergrass

Imagine.

by nightmare - Imagine You wake up slowly, open your eyes and……where am I? Four white walls, white door, brown door…….This is not my bedroom; where is the chest of... Read More →

Last comment by Suzanney

Nursing: Taking Back Our Power

by Bugaloo - A few months ago, I wrote an article on Allnurses about dealing with annoying co-workers. During the time I wrote that article I was mired in negativity about my... Read More →

Last comment by greenergrass

They Call Me The Swamp Nurse

by Nur_1996 - They call me the swamp nurse. I work with male juvenile offenders ages 14-18. In Ochopee Florida where the alligators surround us and the lost swamp boys serve... Read More →

Last comment by greatshakes

One Last Goodbye

by tvccrn - Working as a nurse in a very small rural hospital gives you a chance to get to know your patients. You meet them on the street, in the grocery store, and at school... Read More →

Last comment by pagandeva2000

My brother, James.

by tachybradyRN - My brother, James, had a rough time as a child. He was quite socially awkward, showing many of the characteristics of Asperger’s Syndrome (without ever being... Read More →

Last comment by txnursingqt

Health Website Analysis: allnurses.com

by VickyRN - Context the web resource allnurses.com is the world's largest nursing online community, with upwards of 280,000 members and 30,000 users daily. there are 6.4... Read More →

Last comment by ysth83
How To Select Patients for your Student Clinicals

How To Select Patients for your Student Clinicals

by jcaste - During clinicals, students need to protect themselves from being taken advantage of by nurses, certified nurse assistants (CNA's) and patients. Often when a... Read More →

Last comment by dorydawn1
Things That Go Boooop In The Night

Things That Go Boooop In The Night

by UM Review RN - I figured something out last night. The maker of grocery carts changed jobs. You know, you grab a grocery cart, the wheels start shimmying like four strippers with... Read More →

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Nurse

by FranEMTnurse - A nurse named Florence Nightengale, worked in a hospital where tuberculosis ran rampant. Nothing the medical professionals did solved the excalating number of... Read More →

Last comment by Successfully123

Forgetful Nurses and Older Moments

by mother/babyRN - :Forgetful Moments and Older Nurses… Getting older in nursing is just like getting older in real life. Sometimes it’s worse. It can be worse because not... Read More →

Last comment by pcola rn

I could NEVER do PICU!!

by NotReady4PrimeTime - I've lost count of the times I've heard that exclamation from another nurse. I've also forgotten how many times I've heard, "I just don't know how you do it," not... Read More →

Last comment by Audrey28

One Man

by shannonFNP - Wrinkles adorned his face in all the right places that a man aged to his 70's should have. He didn't smile now, but lines around his mouth were indicative that he... Read More →

Last comment by mcknis
The Fixer: School taught me everything I know.

The Fixer: School taught me everything I know.

by Tele_Nurse4u - School taught me everything I know. School taught me the delicate balance of life, how to be A FIXER. Fix problems and help patients achieve a better way of life. A... Read More →

Last comment by Nur_1996
Learning a Life Lesson, The Hard Way

Learning a Life Lesson, The Hard Way

by vadushkas_nurse - I started out full time as a new grad in the ER department and casually on a nephrology unit. The completion of a long time goal was finally there and I was awe... Read More →

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The Truth About Nurse Recruiters - Bonus or Bogus

by 43RN20 - Every ad claims that the employer has the best working conditions; the best staffing ratio; the best educational program; the best flexibility; the best benefit... Read More →

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The Blue Gown Syndrome

by vadushkas_nurse - I am almost four years into my career as an ER nurse and now concurrently working through the obstacles known as graduate school. I am constantly being torn between... Read More →

Last comment by leemacaz

Come on! Breathe!

by 2shihtzus - So I've been at my new job for almost 3 weeks. I won't say that I like it. Truth be told, I hate it. I don't know anyone, so I can't be myself. I just show up and... Read More →

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